Sophomore English Unit 3B. Take notes! Vocabulary is awesome. It, like, lets us say stuff. . harass. (v.) to disturb, worry; to trouble by repeated attacks. S: annoy, pester, bedevil, beleaguer. The judge repeatedly cautioned the prosecuting attorney not to harass the witness. inclement.
S: annoy, pester, bedevil, beleaguer
The judge repeatedly cautioned the prosecuting attorney not to harass the witness.
S: blustery, tempestuous
A: mild, gentle, balmy, tranquil
Sometimes we are lucky enough to have school cancelled in the winter when we have inclement weather.
S: meditate, contempate, daydream
Philosophers have always mused on the meaning of life.
The gold you'll get from this is negligible.
S: trivial, inconsequential, insignificant
A: significant, crucial, momentous
Rumors and lies are easy to perpetuate.
S: continue, preserve,
A: discontinue, abolish, abandon
S: guide, tradition, model
This scene from The Matrix set the precedent for many visual effects of other movies.
Extra money is awarded in some legal cases as a punitive measure.
S: penalizing, retaliatory
S: rectify, correct, mitigate
An apology can go a long way to redress the hurt feelings caused by an insensitive comment or a thoughtless act.
S: visit, stopover, brief stay
Spirit and Opportunity were only supposed to sojurn on Mars for 3 months. Fiveyears later they still work!
A: crude, uncouth, boorish
An urbane host puts guests at ease by appearing totally confident and unruffled no matter what happens.
The reason I get up in the morning…….
“It's definite that he'll go”
“Definite restrictions on the sale of alcohol”
“I was lost, but I finally found my way”
“Finally the credits rolled and the film was over”
“Joe separated his sons when they started to fight”
“Luann had to separate the comics from the rest of the newspaper”
“Deven is in a separate world all his own.”